What can I expect when my road is being reconstructed?
During working hours (Monday through Friday, 7:00 am to 6:00 pm), your street will be open, but at times access may be limited.

Please do not leave any vehicles parked in the roadway during working hours. If possible, park on the nearest cross street not under improvement, a minimum of 100 feet from the corner. Please adjust your plans for deliveries and other daily functions. During non-working hours, you will have unlimited access to your street. Pre-construction photos have been taken of your driveways and Town right-of ways (shoulder areas) to assist the contractor in the restoration phase of the project.
Please contact the Office of Citizen Services at (631) 957-TOWN (8696) to answer any inquiries you may have.

Your road has been selected for reconstruction due to the overall condition of the road as well as to upgrade the drainage system. Please be aware that the entire reconstruction process may take approximately two months, weather permitting, to complete. Although it is a long process, you will have access to your road throughout the entire reconstruction process, with limited exceptions. The end result of this work will be a brand new road for you and your neighbors.

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1. What makes a pothole?
2. Why do so many potholes occur in the spring?
3. Do some roads get more potholes than others?
4. How do I report potholes?
5. Why is a recently filled pothole coming apart?
6. What are the options to repair roads?
7. What is the process to reconstruct a road?
8. What can I expect when my road is being reconstructed?
9. When will my street be repaved?
10. Why is there standing water on a recently paved street?
11. When are Road Opening Permits issued?
12. Do I need a permit to widen my driveway?
13. What is a private road?
14. What services does the Town provide for private roads?
15. Can a private road become a Town road?